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Stanley Aronowitz --- On the Origins of Cultural Studies (1998)




Stanley Aronowitz --- On the Origins of Cultural Studies
Faculty Seminar, Department of Social Science & Cultural Studies
Pratt Institute, 1998.

Stanley Aronowitz, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center and one of the important figures in the rise of Cultural Studies in the United States, gave a series of talks to the faculty during the Fall of 1998. This is a video of his first talk. B.A. This is a video of his first talk in which he describes the origins of Cultural Studies, its reception in the United States during the 1980s and 1990s, the founding of the Center for Cultural Studies at CUNY and now Center for Work, Technology & Culture, and the risks in the acceptance of Cultural Studies by American academia.

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Run time 78 minutes 46 seconds
Producer Video by M.G., edit by BRBIII
Audio/Visual sound, color

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